Sesame oil is reputed to provide many health benefits. It contains monounsaturated fat, preferable for anyone eating a heart-healthy diet. Regular sesame oil has a light, nutty flavor, and since the sesame seeds used to create it form antioxidants during the roasting process, it has a long shelf life and does not become rancid easily. It has a high smoke point, making it a good choice for sauteing and frying. It can also be used for salad dressings and marinades. Properly storing sesame oil is easy due to its shelf-stability.
Things You'll Need
Pantry or shelf
Purchase sesame oil either in bulk (in a large jug or can) or by the bottle.
If bought in bulk, you may decant into smaller bottles for ease of use.
Store in your pantry or on a kitchen shelf.
Unlike some other oils, sesame oil does not need to be kept at an especially cool temperature.